Training: Water audit tools for designs and approvals
Posted in Events by Clearwater on August 28th, 2009
Image: ISWR, Monash University.
Clearwater Training: MUSIC (Model for Urban Stormwater Improvement Conceptualisation) is a software tool to assist you in planning stormwater treatment and WSUD (Water Sensitive Urban Design) projects for your site.
This one and a half day workshop will familiarise you with the MUSIC software to support you in designing to meet Victorian Government Planning regulations for green field and retrofit sites (clause 56). This workshop will also introduce you to Melbourne Water’s Auditor Tool and the online STORM (Stormwater Treatment Objective Relative Measure) calculator. A free copy of MUSIC V3 is available for local councils in the Port Phillip and Westernport catchment who complete this course.
Thursday 3rd & Friday 4th September 2009
At the end of the session, you will:
* Know how to use MUSIC, STORM and Melbourne Water’s Auditor Tool
* Understand how to prepare a catchment or site model for different treatment systems and know how to select an appropriate WSUD treatment solution
* Know how to assess the performance of WSUD treatment systems including water quality outcomes and flow management to achieve best practice guidelines
Audience: Ideal for planners, engineers, designers, landscape architects, subdivision officers and consultants.
Cost (Government): $599.00 (incl GST)
Cost (Others): $670.00 (incl GST)
You can book your place in any of the training courses by contacting Kelly McDonough at (03) 9235 5335 or kelly.mcdonough AT melbournewater.com.au.